Daughters of Saint Paul Praying Momento Mori Rosary
Contemplating Mortality

November is a month of remembrance. As Catholics remember those that have gone before us, we also must never forget our own mortality. Memento Mori translates to remember death. Pray with CatholicTV for your loved ones all month and when a new Rosary premieres with the Daughters of Saint Paul on All Souls Day. Every issue of the CatholicTV guide includes programming highlights; notes from Bishop Reed and Jay Fadden; advice and thoughs on the Catholic faith and much more. 

The Women of CatholicTV
The Women of CatholicTV

Over the years, the likes of Sr. Marian Batho, Dr. Georgianna McCormack, and Nicole Pascarelli have hosted shows for CatholicTV. But they have come and gone. When The Gist started nine years ago, Danielle Bean, Carolee McGrath and Rachel Balducci were among the few CatholicTV women hosts. A funny thing has happened along the way. The Gisters are not alone as women hosting shows. Learn more about the hosts and all The CatholicTV Network programming premiering this fall in this month's magazine. Respect Life Month; new cardinals; notes from Bishop Reed and Jay Fadden; plus much more!

Giving Just to Give
Giving Just to Give

There are many ways to give to The CatholicTV Network. This month's magazine highlights volunteering for the telethon among other ways to help CatholicTV. Your donations help keep our programming on the air. Every magazine has highlights for the month; notes from Bishop Robert Reed and Jay Fadden; interesting columns and features about the Catholic faith. Read now online and/or subscribe for free.

Going Your Way Chris Hickey and Father Paul Rouse
Going Your Way

In a response to the clergy-abuse crisis, The CatholicTV Network began producing a series called Going My Way in 2005. The series is hosted by Father Chris Hickey and Father Paul Rouse. Read about how they have been bringing the good works of priests (religious and laity) into viewers' homes since the first show aired in 2006. In every issue of The CatholicTV Monthly, read stories about the faith, notes from Bishop Robert Reed and Jay Fadden, programming highlights and much more. Get the print version mailed to you or read it online; either way, it's free.